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Are you still interested in pursuing a theological education? It’s not too late to apply to Wycliffe for our programs for the fall! We are still accepting applications and will process them as materials come in. If you are still in the process of discerning your call, it isn’t too late to see if Wycliffe is the right place for you to prepare for your ministry. If you’d like to hear more please contact us to set up a conversation or a visit about the college and about our programs.
Date Published: Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Reasons for Hope
As our culture is increasingly divided over the role of religion, how can we, as Christians, have meaningful conversations about faith, and be ready to give a reason for the hope within?
The popular Women's Breakfast is back on Saturday, April 23! Join us at Wycliffe College from 9:30 to 11:30 AM to enjoy a complimentary breakfast and hear from our speaker Amy Orr-Ewing, Director of Programmes for the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics (OCCA). This free event is open to the public.
Date Published: Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Church Planting, Culture, Demographics and Evangelism
Join us at Wycliffe College on Thursday, March 10 at the Institute of Evangelism Dinner to hear The Rev. Mike Michie share his insights about church planting, evangelism, and the mission field.
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Date Published: Thursday, March 10, 2016
Wycliffe Faculty Sermons - Fall 2018
The Wycliffe Wellness Project aims to assist those—of all denominations—who engage in Christian ministry to gain a deeper understanding of their job-related stresses, and of the things they need to flourish—both personally and in ministry. A long-term study and assessment tool, the Project is about better understanding the ups and downs of ministry life. Initiated by Wycliffe Professor of Pastoral Psychology, Wanda Malcolm, the Project launched in June 2014.
The Revelation to John, also known as the Apocalypse, is one of the most misunderstood works in the entire canon of Scripture. In recent times it’s often been viewed as a breeding ground for fundamentalism, end-time fanaticism, and sectarian retreat from or hatred of the world. This suspicion of Revelation would have surprised our Christian ancestors.